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Using JavaScript to Rescue Legacy Rails Applications

Adding new functionality to a large legacy Rails application is often expensive, if possible. But what if instead of adding new behaviour to the Rails application we implemented it as a single-page application in JavaScript? In this article I will show a few useful techniques for doing that. Read moreā€¦

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